If you or someone you know may be interested in making biodiesel and/or buying a processor let me know. I spent a year perfecting this system and making upgrades. I have seen many ‘backyard’ biodiesel processors and I am confident the one I built is one of highest quality processors out there. I am making high quality biodiesel and can teach people who are interested. I'm moving soon so I will have a processor for sale and can also pass on my oil account to a lucky person.
Added by Carlos Bill on April 27, 2016 at 2:56pm — No Comments
Looking to give away several dozen agave and aloe vera plants. Moving out of state and can't take them with me. Plants are all in containers and range in size from 4" to 24" in height. Please respond if you know of an organization that could use a lot of plants for a landscaping project or perhaps a school that wants to give small agave plants to children to plant at home.
We have a medium-sized pile of broken concrete sidewalk (AKA urbanite) free to anyone who would like to come and get it. We are in east Mesa - the nearest big intersection is Power and Brown. If you are interested message me.
Added by Jeff Reich and Farraday Newsome on April 23, 2016 at 11:02am — No Comments
Know anyone looking for part time work in the South Valley?
We are Abby Lee Farms, a large local hydroponic grower of tomatoes and cucumbers. We want to compost all of our green waste using Vermiculture (worms). We are looking for someone who wants to help us learn to compost using worms.
We want someone to work approximately 2 hours, three days a week anytime during business hours.
Added by Zach Brooks on March 29, 2016 at 6:23am — No Comments
Added by Jesse Canfield on February 27, 2016 at 4:44pm — No Comments
Hello permaculture friends.
We are in need of a good plumber.
we also would like to make a gray water oasis. fruit trees veggie garden. with hummingbird, bee and butterfly friendly plants.
Does any one know of a plumber who is open minded or even knowledgeable about gray water. I have collected rain water in the past but using bath water involves rerouting plumbing.
Added by Mark Trosper on February 21, 2016 at 5:52pm — No Comments
Hello VPA Community!
Our team will be hosting yet another Arborist Study Group meetup this coming Monday, February 8th. Please be sure to bring a friend and a smile as we work together to study up for the Arborist Certification Exam. We hope to see you there!
Added by Ty on February 5, 2016 at 10:00am — No Comments
spent an afternoon with a wonderful retired botanist professor from Ghent University, close to me in Brussels; Check out his you tube Willem VanCotthem. His method is simpler, cheaper and totally doable for us in these dry places. need help this spring at 3 Moons project an hour west of Las Vegas, in the Mojave Desert, build with earth bag construction, a little dome, walls and this bottle garden!!!! I> have great compost toilets, neighbor with horse manure and old kitchen scraps; to…Continue
Added by JEHANEor jeanne RUCQUOI on January 12, 2016 at 2:51pm — No Comments
love to hear from everyone trying our drier spot! challenging welcome at 3 Moons! between Las Vegas and Death Valley!!! what a hoot! you can choose both and then, in the middle us!
this spring …Continue
Added by JEHANEor jeanne RUCQUOI on December 20, 2015 at 8:40am — No Comments
The Rose Society of Glendale will be pruning and offering hands on instruction to all volunteers who come and join us on Saturday, January 2, 2016. Will be in the rose garden at Sahuaro Ranch Park, 9802 N. 59th Avenue, Glendale, AZ from 8 am to noon. Consulting Rosarians will have a pruning demonstration and rose care discussion at 9 am. Bring your pruning shears if you have them, gloves, and a hat. Free event, and all are welcome to come. Looking forward to seeing you there.
Added by Allison Bowns on December 15, 2015 at 4:35pm — No Comments
check out on face book and artandearthblog.wordpress.com, not the one from San Francisco! but with, 3 Moons , hope I get it?! need help I guess with getting this one better!
Invite everyone to try out their knowledge of dry growing, not in the Phonix area but closer to Death Valley, drier, tougher!!!
first we are building small structures with earth bags and walls with bottles and whatever else! to shape protected areas. growing protected by walls and…Continue
Added by JEHANEor jeanne RUCQUOI on December 7, 2015 at 3:08pm — No Comments
The Arizona State Goat Breeder's Association is having a goat clinic on Saturday, November 14th at the Maricopa County Cooperative Extension Office, 4341 East Broadway Road, Phoenix, AZ in the Ocotillo Room.
If you are interested in making cheese, soap or yogurt from goat's milk you will enjoy this clinic. There will also be demonstrations on kidding and what you need…Continue
Added by Cal Griggs on November 2, 2015 at 7:33pm — No Comments
I know it's safe to plant Geraniums and Lantana outdoors and of course Oleanders. Am wondering what else I could plant outdoors without the Quail or Rabbits wiping them out? A few years back I tried Pansies and they were cut to the ground over-night.
Any and all advice is much appreciated.
Welcome to the Resources page for the City of Peoria Sustainable U Class titled "Planting Your Fall Garden". I'm glad you've come to visit and hope you find this information useful and helpful! Please don't hesitate to ask questions, this website is a great resource with lots of people here with years of experience growing in the desert.
A PDF of the class powerpoint is available to download here:…Continue
Added by Liz & Dan on August 12, 2015 at 8:30am — No Comments
Kitchens are typically the first room in the house that show their age. Because preferences change over time, what makes a kitchen desirable for one person may offend another’s sense of style. The kitchen is often the deal breaker for prospective buyers and when it’s not, it’s still as likely as not to be remodeled by the new owner. If you’re considering a kitchen remodel but want a kitchen that won’t make your home difficult to sell down the road, consider these…Continue
Added by Sally Williams on August 7, 2015 at 11:25pm — No Comments
With a newly created solar oven design, I'm realizing I do not know how to cook in it! I spend so much time building it, but not enough time developing/gathering recipes. Thanks to a friend for her "garden pie" recipe. She calls it garden pie, because you can put just about anything in it. I describe it as a spiral quiche, but even that is not accurate. Check out the photos and give it a name!
Started the SolOve pre-heating, then went to the kitchen to put it together.
Let me catch you up! I have been "tinkering" with solar ovens for about two years. It's been a bit of an obsession to make an oven that can reach 300 degrees or higher, and made from low/no-cost, small footprint materials. I have seen the pizza box, and just can't imagine that gets above 200 degrees.
The first through sixth versions were an education! I revisited geometry, my X-acto skills, and the melting point of duct-tape. I'm on my 7th version, I've fixed all the issues of the…Continue
Upgrading a home can be an expensive project, especially if there are several upgrades that need to happen all at once. Do-it-yourself projects are always an option, and a good idea, but many people do not trust their skills or do not think they are creative enough to complete projects on their own, so they end up spending lots of money on products…Continue